Archaeon is a newly defined domain of life as prokaryotes (bacteria, viruses) and eukaryotes (protozoa, fungi, plants, animals) form the rest two domains of life at the same time. Although archaea have no true nucleus, they have complex gene control system using histones and RNA, just like plants and animals, and their cell wall has glycerol. It has been shown that AOA may be important to the global nitrogen cycle and that archaeal ammonia oxidizers are more abundant in soils than their well-known bacterial counterparts.
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